2019 Scholarship Auction

2019 CCC Foundation Scholarship Auction LogoMay 4, 2019

All proceeds from this event benefit the CCC Foundation endowed scholarships. These scholarships assist students in achieving their educational goals at CCC. Students may receive scholarships for traditional associate degrees or for hands-on technical training. More than 50% of CCC students are first-generation college students whose parents did not attend college. More than 90% of full-time CCC students receive some form of financial aid to make college possible.

  • May 4, 2019
  • Nellis Hall West Gym (604 W 11TH ST in Coffeyville, KS)
  • Doors Open at 4:30 p.m.
  • Appetizers at 5:00 p.m.
  • Dinner Buffet at 6:00 p.m.
  • Live auction begins at 7:00 p.m.

Reservations

  • $25 per person donation

  • After April 25th, or purchase at the door: $30 per person donation

For tickets, please contact Sally Presson at (620) 252-7070, or via e-mail at [email protected] Tickets are also available at the CCC Foundation Office.

Theme

"Ravens in Wonderland." Come dressed as your favorite Wonderland character or wear your favorite Raven outfit.

Some of the Items Available

Below is a small sampling of the items that will be up for bids in either the live or silent auction on May 4. Additional items will be donated so check back again as the list will be updated from time to time. 

Kansas City trip package, pair of Queen Anne chairs, framed print of Midland Theater, Branson trip package, Ravens cornhole game, Lladro porcelain figures, SimpliSafe security system with camera, Ravens fire pit, Star Wars fiberglass go-kart, hand-crafted dining/game table, motorized picnic table, white pearl golf cart, Ravens t-shirt quilt, John Deere riding mower, outdoor fireplace, Ruger Grand Old Party .22 rifle and case, Henry lever action Gold Boy .22 mag, Lanier SPC360 DN printer, queen hand-crafted quilt, 2 tickets to Carrie Underwood concert at Tulsa's BOK Center on Oct. 24, 4 tickets to Disney on Ice at Tulsa's Expo Square Pavilion on Sept. 28 plus $100 gift card for expenses, Lincoln 140C mig welder, Remington gold trigger .20 gauge shotgun, gingerbread playhouse, 2 chair rolling bench with table between and accessories, 3 piece wicker patio set with blanket and lantern, Green Mountain "Davey Crockett" grill with wifi and accessories, Crosley 9-cubic feet chest freezer, trip package to San Antonio, custom firepit with accessories, Ring video doorbell, "It's 5 o'clock somewhere" Margaritaville frozen drink maker and supplies, hand-crafted cross arm bench, "Taste of Coffeyville" basket, National Championship volleyball signed by team, side tables, Anderson picture window etched with fern and ready to install, large Orca cooler, hamburger and chicken brown bag specials from Sonic, ride along with a Coffeyville firefighter, honorary firefighter with Coffeyville Fire Department, Coffeyville Police Department ride along, one-on-one two hours of fire arms training with Coffeyville Police Department, variety of Eureka Spring Glass vases, variety of handmade pottery by Michael DeRosa, 8-piece place setting of Haviland China, set of 4 Ashton drink glasses with decanter and bottle of honey bourbon, various other bottles of wine and spirits, autographed book of "What Really Happened on Oct. 5, 1892" by Lue Barndollar, white berry cake, galvanized ice chest with stand with Coke and framed pictures, hand-crafted jewelry, 2 Chevrolet valve cover desk lamps, small block V-8 1969 Chevy valve cover desk lamp, 4-wheeler cooler, children's chair and table set, several sets of one night stays at Coffeyville Sleep Inn, four 1/2 hour voice lessons, oil change certificates, 3 Farmers Market tins with kitchen items, sunglasses, Adirondack chair, wood bench chair, Jager cooler, Canadian Club cooler, Jack Daniels picnic table, Pendleton cooler, golf clothing and accessory package, rustic sofa table, lots of Raven wear, lots of food certificates and other food items, and lots of other miscellaneous items.

Pictures of Select Live Items

A sample of some of the live auction items available for bid on May 4th.